RPG

Looking for a Job? Check Out This New Bravely Default Trailer 0

If you’re wondering where all the jobs have gone to lately, look no further: this new trailer from the upcoming Nintendo 3DS RPG, Bravely Default, has them in spades. It practically says it right there on the title: Bravely Default – JOBS -. All kidding aside, most non-American 3DS owners who care probably know it(…)

Half-Minute Hero Gets Sequel on iOS 0

One of the more unique takes on the RPG genre was Half-Minute Hero on the PSP, which completely addressed most people’s complaints with the genre’s need for a huge time investment by limiting each playthrough to 60 seconds (of course, there are ways to extend this time limit and the timer stops when you’re in(…)

New In-Game Footages for Disgaea D2 0

NIS America has recently released a couple of new videos for Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness, this time with an intent to show off the upcoming RPG’s gameplay. For those not in the know, the Disgaea franchise is a strategy RPG that satirizes some of the sillier aspects of the genre, which includes over the(…)

Preview for Level-5’s New RPG: Wonderflick 0

Level-5 has just released a new trailer for their upcoming multi-platform RPG, WonderFlick. Despite having proper next-gen visuals geared more towards high powered consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One, the talented folks over at Level-5 managed to port WonderFlick to just about every single platform worth having these days, including the PS3, the iOS(…)

Chaos Rings Released on the PS Vita in North America 0

It’s understandable if you’re not familiar with Chaos Rings, despite its pedigree (it’s a Square Enix game), because it’s a quality console-style RPG originally released on a platform that wasn’t known for console-style RPGs – smartphones and tablets.

Sega Targets International Markets By Partnering With Mobile Developer

Sega Targets International Markets By Partnering With Mobile Developer 0

Sega’s division in charge of mobile and social game development, Sega Networks, has recently entered into a partnership with Tokyo-based smartphone dev Aiming, according to a report by Famitsu magazine. Sega is said be targeting the international market with the titles that will come out of the deal. The first game from Aiming that will(…)